Timex Watches Out for iPod
The Good: Straightforward and easy to use
The Bad: Bulky receiver should be smaller
The Bottom Line: Twist and turn for on-the-go iPod control no more
Raise your hand if you've ever felt like this: You're walking along with an iPod playing music in your ears, and the player itself is in a pocket, a purse, or the compartment of a bag—a lousy song comes on and you'd like to either turn it down or skip it and go to the next one. This scenario is further complicated if you're exercising—when the player is likely in an out-of-the-way armband or fanny pack—as the maneuver generally calls for stopping whatever activity you're engaged in.
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